Property Description: Trade and commerce in India has gone on from the early days of recorded history. Barely forty years ago after the Post Independence era, many Indian the country was dotted with sleepy, cities and towns doing sporadic business inland, and with little or no exports to other parts of the world. Source:www.propertykhazana.com The exporters were the merchants who belonged to the upper middle strata in our society, spread across the coastlines, who sailed their small ships at great cost, risking their life in the stormy seas and oceans to reach the known harbors of the world carrying with them exotic wares, which were in great demand in different parts of the world, acting as ambassadors of peace and goodwill. The message that they carried from the Indian shores. Today, one can see their boats and ships anchored in some part of our country or other remarkably unchanged over the years that remind us of the commerce that existed in India during the former days. It comes as no surprise to us that we have retained our talents from the yesteryears. The reputation of being shrewd businessmen and entrepreneurs. These abilities and the changing trends of the world towards globalization has led to creation of modern India, believed by experts to be one of the most exciting places where one can do his business in peace when the Indian economists bravely threw their doors wide open to businessmen of the world to travel to India and explore the possibilities of doing business in India on reciprocal basis where we stand to gain a lot by learning the skills of the world in return of the much desired capital of the investors for the State Exchequer and in return provide the cheap skilled technical labor for them to shore-up their economies. This policy of the Central Government saw the exodus of foreign capital and businesses throng to the Indian shores to keep their declining economies abroad afloat, and injected a new life into them.